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Cybersecurity Is Everyone’s Job

The Workforce Management subgroup of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) launched a project to draft guidelines for all members of an

Everything you need to know about NIST 800-53

Security Boulevard
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (simply referred to as NIST) sets the security standards, guidelines and recommended security controls for

Gene editors grapple with standardization

Chemical and Engineering News
"As the first CRISPR clinical trials begin this year in the U.S. and Europe, a number of genome-editing questions remain unanswered. One of the big ones: how to

NIST Updates Risk Management Framework

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is updating its Risk Management Framework to help public- and private-sector organizations better protect

Detecting Fentanyl

Daily Planet
NIST screening methods help protect analysts in state and local crime labs from accidental exposure to the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl.

NIST Releases Update to Cybersecurity Framework

Digital Guardina
The National Institute of Standards and Technology, an agency that operates under the United States Department of Commerce to develop standards and guidelines

NIST Releases Updated Cybersecurity Framework

The National Law Review
Pursuant to Executive Order 13636, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) established the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure
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